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CabinetCoat

Model CC4510

Internet #100672151

1 gal. White Trim and Cabinet Enamel

$53.35 /gallon
  • Self Priming
  • Soft satin sheen finish
  • Resists the growth of mold and mildew on the paint surface

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The Ultimate finish for refurbishing dingy kitchen and bathroom cabinets, shelving, furniture and other interior applications that require an ultra-smooth, factory like finish with long lasting beauty. Cabinet Coat enamel produces a hard durable acrylic finish that works wonders on all trim as well as refurbishing old worn or dingy cabinets with a smooth durable satin finish. Its super adhering quality allows painting hard to stick surfaces, even polyurethane and varnish surfaces, without using a primer. Cabinet Coat is the finest waterborne enamel available today.

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  • Suitable for application on all wood and laminate cabinets
  • Unique urethane modified acrylic formulation provides a tough scratch resistant finish
  • CabinetCoat's tough finish passes all new cabinet manufacturer's testing requirements for resistance to moisture, and stains, CabinetCoat is not your ordinary trim paint
  • 1 gal. of CabinetCoat will effectively paint 8 lineal feet of upper and lower cabinets with 2 coats, when applying CabinetCoat to walls or trim CabinetCoat will cover 350-400 sq. ft., depending upon porosity
  • Highly washable. stains, dirt, grease and other household soils cleans easily with warm soap and water
  • CabinetCoat withstands repeated washings and high moisture conditions normally found in kitchens and bath areas
  • Provides an exceptionally tough coating that is excellent for doors and trim areas
  • CabinetCoat delivers a soft satin sheen
  • Resists the growth of mold and mildew on the paint surface
  • CabinetCoat is self priming and adheres to all properly prepared cabinets, trim and door surfaces
  • Actual paint colors may vary from on-screen and printer representations
  • Online Price includes Paint Care fee in the following states: CA, CO, CT, MN, OR, RI, VT
  • Click here to use our paint calculator and estimate how much paint you need to complete your project

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Can i purchase this st the store

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not in my area. I bought in one line and they delivered it to my home
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This is only available on-line in our area.
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May 25, 2016
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Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot, Vdan. This cabinet enamel is only available on HomeDepot.com and not carried in Home Depot stores. We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future. Thank you for shopping Home Depot.
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How do I get the product tinted in a Ralph Lauren paint color if the product is only sold online?

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Our Home Depot store can match paint swatches. Did you ask if they would do that for you?
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My HD said they could not tint to match a Behr white color. This paint isn't in their mixing system, so they have no baseline to know how much tint to add.
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September 25, 2015
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Take your receipt to Home depot along with the paint, they will mix it for you
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I plan to use Cabinet Coat in an area without much ventilation. What sort of mask/respirator should i wear? I'll be priming with Glidden Gripper.

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the cabinet coat is virtually odorless and I did not have any problem at all.. I just kept a floor fan blowing just for air movement as a precaution and nothing, no odor at all,
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No need for a respirator, in our experience. It's just really good paint.
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Hi can you tell me how long this takes to cure to a hard finish? Also how many hours to wait between coats? Thank you!!

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1 hour between the first and second coat and then 6 hours. However after my first 2 coats I waited till the next day just to adjust for weather/humidity/temperature adjustments.
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Fast drying. We painted the first coat early morning, and second before lunch on the back sides, let them dry overnight, flipped and painted the front sides the same way. I think we re-hung the doors that afternoon but left them open for another full night and day to ensure they didn't stick to the cabinet boxes. They were dry to the touch but didn't want to take chances!
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 106 reviewers.
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Loved it when it went on. Three years later it is coming off. It looked great when it went on - with a little wet sanding 12 hours after application it looked like a factory finish. But three years later the paint is starting to come off by the knobs. It appears soft and even feels a little tacky. Its like it never fully cured or something - so while the results looked great they were no where near durable for a kitchen. Thats a problem because we have a huge kitchen we did with it. September 7, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by wow factor I decided to only paint my stained-wood peninsula cabinets white and leave the surrounding cabinets the same and this enamel was recommended. Over the 40 years the cabinets have been sanded and stained several times and were showing lots of wear. In truth, they really needed to be replaced but I didn't really want to spend thousands of dollars so I decided to paint them. After sanding, I was told to use a coat of primer (I used 2 for better coverage) and 2 coats of enamel. The cabinets where the wood is holding up came out really nice. I used a roller and then finished it off with a nylon brush. I had to work fast because the enamel dried quickly. Had the wood been new or in better shape the cabinets would have looked brand new. It is easy to work with and easy clean up with soap and water. I used a soap oil to clean the hardwood floors. Value wise I had to buy a gallon and I didn't even use half. Buying 2 quarts would have been more economical. Even though the cabinet still show wear, the new paint has totally brighten up the kitchen and has complemented the granite counter tops, stainless steel appliances, and hardwood floor. April 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Repair damaged Thermo-foil cabinets! I have white thermo-foil cabinets and while repairing a stove burner and running it without a pan, the edges of several cabinet doors melted. I was in horror, as I can never get the same doors anymore. I decided to fix them. I carefully cut away the melted plastic and glued down any edges that were lifting off the door. I coated the bare part with several coats of auto glazing putty (the red stuff) and sanded with 800 grit. I then used Cabinet Coat to prime the red area, lightly sanded the entire edge, then used two coats with a foam roller on the whole edge. Looks factory finished. February 19, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Covers well, nice finish I used this to paint an old bookcase because I wanted something durable that wouldn't chip and peel with books and other items being scraped on it. It took a LOT of coats, but I am happy with the finish! August 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Saved over 10k in cabinet refacing I received an estimate for refacing our cabinets prior to putting the house on the market- having the proposal come in at over 10k I researched fixing laminate veneer cabinets. I found this product on Pinterest and COULD NOT be happier!! Good quality product, easy to use and saved me tons of $$ Would definitely recommend and would most definitely use this again!! August 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Cabinet enamel I was very happy with the results I got using this product. I made doors and drawer fronts for our kitchen and was concerned about the paint since I had had poor results in the past. I did primer before I painted so I can't comment on how it would have been not using primer. The finish was like a factory finished product. Very Pleased August 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best paint for cabinets I used this paint on dark oak 1990's kitchen cabinets. After the cleaning prep work I sanded and primed. The paint went on smooth and was easy to use. No brush strokes!! I used the best Purdee brush and sanded in between coats. I highly recommend this paint for cabinets!! August 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great paint I was originally going to use milk paint for my kitchen cabinets, but after reading reviews in glad I found this can of paint. Using both a brush and foam roller the final product was better then expected. Be sure to remove all grease and mold as per instructions. I did about two to three coats and they look great August 9, 2016
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